We are happy to share our new research “Psychobiological determinants of ‘Blue Whale Suicide Challenge’ victimization’: A proposition for the agency mediated mental health risk in new media age”. In our knowledge, it’s the first scientific study report being availed to the public on this issue. The study has been conducted by Etiologically Elusive Disorders Research Network (EEDRN). The study report is published as a pre-print article on ‘Open Science Framework (OSF)- A science repository accessible to all, for the immediate benefit of the people considering the urgency of the issue (access this research article: https://psyarxiv.com/8xh92/). This research content, although prepared by the team of experts, is still not peer-reviewed, and is intended to be submitted to a peer-reviewed journal for the same. Readers are welcome to make a comment on the article and to share with the peers. Any press report to be prepared on this research should be attributed to EEDRN–A unique research network of medical doctors, neurobiologists, and basic scientists affiliated to premier medical research institutes from India.
Cite this study: Kumar A., E. E. D. R. N. (2017, September 23). Psychobiological determinants of “Blue Whale Suicide Challenge” victimization: A proposition for the agency mediated mental health risk in new media age. https://psyarxiv.com/8xh92/